For the first time ever, a Western Canadian player has been granted exceptional status as BC Hockey announced that Connor Bedard was granted exceptional status.
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The Memorial Cup Host Kelowna Rockets clinched their spot in the WHL Playoffs with a win over the Seattle Thunderbirds on Friday.
It was country night at the Sandman Centre on Saturday. If the Blazers were the mechanical bull, they wasted little time bucking off the visiting Prince George Cougars. The Blazers scored five goals in the first 10 minutes en route to a 6-3 victory and a weekend sweep of the […]
Isaac Johnson had an all-star type of performance, Dawson Barteaux scored his first goal as a member of the Winnipeg ICE and the newest Western Hockey League team rolled to victory on home ice on Tuesday night. Led by Johnson’s two-goal, two-assist performance, the ICE took down the lowly Prince […]
The Victoria Royals pulled off one of the bigger moves the WHL has seen in recent memory
After a 6-3 loss against the Prince Albert Raiders on Friday night, the Brandon Wheat Kings made the short trip to the Bridge City for a contest with the Saskatoon Blades on Saturday night. The last time Brandon was in Saskatoon, they scored two goals in the last 1:05 and […]
The Seattle Thunderbirds have released 1999-born forward Jaxan Kaluski to meet the WHL overage limit.
The streak of home wins for the Calgary Hitmen ended Monday when the Saskatoon Blades came into town and laid a beating on the Hitmen in the Saddledome. Road teams remained victorious between these two clubs, as the last time the winner was a home team was during the 2017-18 […]
For the first time in a half-decade, the Saskatoon Blades are heading into a new Western Hockey League season with high expectations. After missing the playoffs for the fifth straight year in 2017-18, the Blades set themselves up for success the following season, which they had, finishing the regular season […]
The Saskatoon Blades have announced a list of 72 young men who will be vying for a spot on the roster come the start of the Western Hey League season. Split into four teams, each named after a Blades alumnus in Braden Holtby, Wendel Clark, Todd McLellan and Todd Gulutzan, […]